Ontario immigration issued 13 nominations for permanent residence in the draw that was held on December 13. Invitations were sent to the candidates who have applied under the Ontario’s Express Entry linked French Speaking Skilled Worker Stream.
In the previous draw that was held on December 6, total invitations that were sent were 45 which bring the total number of invitations for month of December to 58 via the French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream. This stream was one of the most active streams for the Ontario’s immigration with 1,609 invitations sent in this year through near weekly draws. In the month of November, OINP issues Notification of Interest (NOI) through five occasions.
Most of the invitations issued were via the Ontario’s express entry linked streams, including the Human Capital Priorities and Skilled Trades streams. Express entry program manages the profiles of the candidates who have applied under the sub categories:
Candidates who are nominated for the provincial nomination program are awarded 600 points in their express profile and increase their rank in CRS thus improving their chances for sure to get a permanent residency in Canada.
Different approaches used by provinces in nominating the candidates in past week were:
If the candidates who have applied via the express entry program have received a provincial nomination, they are awarded with 600 CRS points in their express profile. This many points improves the ranking of the express profile of the candidate in the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) and makes sure the candidate is able to get an Invitation to Apply (ITA) to apply for permanent residence visa to the Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
OINP’s French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream allows them to select the French Speaking candidates from the express pool with strong English language abilities.
This program allows the Ontario’s government to meet its expectations to increase the immigration of French-speaking immigrants by five per cent of overall immigration.
Immigrants’ needs to be eligible for either the French Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) or Canadian Experience Class (CEC) and be able to meet the requirements needed for to be considered for NOI from the Ontario Immigration Nomination Program (OINP).
Reference is taken from CIC News